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Here is the story of Thanh, who has been able to send her children to school as a result of increased incomes from sustainable coffee farming.

Coffee is the largest agricultural export product in value after rice in Vietnam. However, production has not kept up with the growing global demand, as it has suffered from under-investment, poor production practices and adverse climatic conditions. While the coffee industry works to move farmers from subsistence to business, the focus shall remain on profit and sustainability, hand in hand with a protected environment.

See how sustainable production practices introduced by LDC is helping to support the regeneration of land and local farming communities.

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